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Wright Square

Bull Street, Between West State and West York Streets, Savannah, GA
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“grave site” (3 reviews)
Bull Street, Between West State and West York Streets, Savannah, GA
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Reviews (27)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We liked Wright Square's beautiful pinkish monument standing tall in it's center. The park is beautiful and quaint with a few benches to sit on.

1  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This square is named after James Wright, the 3rd Governor of Georgia. In the square, there is a monument to William Gordon, a mayor of Savannah. And, lastly, as if they didn't pack enough history into one square, the grave of Creek Nation Indian Chief,...More

Thank urbanguy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The square first name was Percival Square dating back to 1733. It was later renamed to honor the last Royal Governor of Savannah. The square is the grave site of Chief Tomo-Chi-Chi, the Yamacraw chief who offered peace and cooperation with the early Savannah settlers...More

Thank matjaz2002
Reviewed 19 April 2017

The square is the grave site of Chief Tomo-Chi-Chi, the Yamacraw chief who offered peace and cooperation with the early Savannah settlers and died in 1739 and has a monument to William W. Gordon who brought prosperity to the city by constructing a railroad.

Thank David B
Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

Walking around Savannah there are so many squares with lots of history This is one of the best and great as it is surrounded by buildings of differing architecture Central with many bars and restaurants to sit and relax in

Thank Peter W
Reviewed 10 January 2017

There are so many beautiful and historic squares in the heart of Savannah and Wright Square is definitely one of them. Over the centuries, it went through a lot of changes. It originally had the name of Percival Square dating back to 1733. It was...More

Thank Anne M
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Good place to start a walking tour of Savannah. Rather than duplicate, see my review of Footprints of Savannah Walking Tour and the Savannah Historic District.

Thank ZeeVenturer
Reviewed 8 October 2016

My wife and I spent 3 weeks plotting through all of the squares and parks of Savannah. This was one of our favorite squares. The history displayed on the plaques and memorial is touching.

Thank Bob19512014
Reviewed 7 June 2016

I found this moment to one of the more beautiful ones. It was a simple, beautiful monument. I loved the location and the beauty of the monument.

Thank tedact
Reviewed 16 May 2016

This square is a great place to people watch. There are all sort of people passing through. It is also a great place to sit under a tree and relax for a while.

Thank heatherwhea
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